2015 Hilton Head Jamboree and Concours d'Elegance


Sandy beaches, sunshine, and warm temperatures -- all good reasons to visit Hilton Head Island. But, spending time on the island is irresistible when you add to the mix the Hilton Head Motoring Festival (HHMF). Three events of the HHMF: a Car Club Jamboree, Concours d'Elegance, and a car auction (hosted by the official auction company for the event) were held October 31 through November 1 on the Island. Here, some of the country's finest collector vehicles were exhibited, either for show or for sale. Beautiful scenery, gorgeous cars, and plenty of southern hospitality -- who could have asked for more?


This year's Concours showcased 170 classic vehicles, spanning 1900 through 1973. Chrysler, this year's featured marque, included a full spectrum of Mopars, such as Imperials, DeSotos, Airflow Coupes, Belvederes, a Dodge Challenger, a Superbird, Woodies, and Chrysler-powered Ghias. Also, BMW celebrated 100 years with special Beamers, and iconic examples of the Shelby Mustang and Porsche marked 50 and 40 years, respectively.



The Jamboree

A few of the cars at the 2015 Car Club Jamboree:


1962 Volvo P1800 S 1958 Corvette 1950 Chrysler Royal Woody Wagon 1962 Austin-Healey 3000 MkII Award Winners Lining Up for Ceremony Award Winners Lining Up for Ceremony Thunderbird Club

The four winners of this year's Jamboree were: People's Choice Award - 2004 Porsche 911; Best American Car - 1941 Cadillac; Best European Car - 1951 Porsche 356; Best of Show - 1967 Ferrari 330 GTC.


Best of Show, People's Choice, Best European Car, and Best American Car Best European Car Best American Car 1967 Ferrari 300 - Best in Show
Auctions America

Auction America had their innaugural auction in Hilton Head on Saturday, where they offered these cars and so much more:


1967 Ferrari 330 GTC - Sells for $580,000 1960 Buick Electra 225 Convertible - Sells for $85,000 1949 MG TC - Highest Bid, $26,000 1989 Lamborghini Countach - Sells for $312,500 1976 Porsche 930 Turbo Carrera - Sells for $195,000 1955 Jaguar XK 140 MC Roadster - Sells for $130,000 1958 Cadillac Eldorado Brougham - Sells for $110,000 2006 Monte Carlo, Jimmie Johnson's Nascar - Highest Bid, $95,000 1948 Chrysler Town & Country - Highest Bid, $80,000 1970 Mustang Mach 1, Twister Edition - Sells for $60,000 1928 Buick Coupe - Sells for  $17,500
The Concours

Other cars on the Concours show field:


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Here are the three winners of this year's Concours: People's Choice Award - 1939 Mercedes-Benz 540K Special Roadster, owned by Rare Wheels Collection of Windemere, FL; Paul Doerring Award - 1957 Dual Ghia Convertible, owned by David and Doreen Salzman of Jupiter, FL; Best in Show - 1933 Chrysler Imperial Phaeton, owned by Joseph and Margie Cassini III of West Orange, NJ.


Top Concours Winners People's Choice - 1939 Mercedes-Benz 540K Special Roadster Paul Doerring Founders Award - 1957 Dual Ghia Convertible Best in Show - 1933 Chrysler Imperial Phaeton


For a recap of last year's Jamboree and Concours, click here.